SystemLab|Design is an open-source computational engineering tool that can be used to design, model and simulate multi-domain systems across several technologies and/or signal regimes (optics/photonics, electronics, analog control systems, etc.).
Built for ease-of-use and flexibility, virtual system prototype designs can be quickly built and analyzed to validate assumptions and predict system performance. It can also be used as an aid for teaching engineering principles or for sharing design ideas and concepts among peers.
Future releases of SystemLab|Design are planned and your feedback on the performance and features of this software is greatly welcome. Also, if you wish to contribute to improving the capabilities of SystemLab|Design, please contact the primary author for further information (email@example.com)
SystemLab|Design 20.01 is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. For further information on licencing see LICENSE.txt under the main systemlab_design folder.
As SystemLab-Design is distributed as free software, it guarantees you equal rights to the program. As such, you are welcome to study and modify the source code and to share the program with others. The source code and build instructions can be found at the following two locations:
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